Planted 4 varieties of onions with good storage potential on January 15th. Yellow Parma, Australian Brown, Stuttgarters and Mako. They’re up about 4 or 5 inches.
Onion seedlings outside in containers. Started January 15th.
Spinach just germinated two days ago.
Friend and reader, Betty Taylor, in Tennessee grows Stuttgarters and has given excellent reviews on their keeping ability.
If you’re interested […]
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Thanksgiving seems to be synonymous with leaves falling. Trees that have not dropped their leaves usually do so on Thanksgiving or shortly after.
Bill and I always enjoyed spending more time together in the yard on Thanksgiving day; usually raking leaves and pulling them to garden beds on a big sheet of plastic.
That was several blessings rolled into one: having Bill with me, […]
If you’re an organic gardener, even a beginner, I can almost bet you’ve heard of and/or read about compost.
Have the articles that you’ve read given their definition of compost? You can’t assume that their definition of compost is the same as the one you have in your mind.
It’s important to have the same meaning or description of compost as the writer. Otherwise, […]
Sometimes you know you need something, but just can’t have it. So you try your best to make do and manage with what you can, but once you get your hands on something of quality then nothing else will do and then you make a way. This could apply to many things in the garden […]
You can’t beat a good mulch — SARAH THE GARDENER